COLUMBIA MENS PFG OMNI-SHADE CONVERTIBLE CARGO HIKING PANTS SHORTS SZ L

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ConditionPre-owned
Listing TypeBuy It Now
Ships FromSimi Valley, California

Size TypeRegular
DepartmentMen
TypePants
FeaturesOmni-Shade
Product LineColumbia PFG
Leg StyleStraight
Year Manufactured2010-2019
BrandColumbia
ClosureDrawstring
ModelPerformance Fishing Gear
Country/Region of ManufactureVietnam
MaterialNylon
StyleFishing Hiking Outdoor
VintageNo
ColorKhaki Green
Fabric TypeNylon
Garment CareMachine Washable
Suspender Buttons/Belt LoopsBelt Loops
Pocket TypeCargo Pocket
RiseMid
FitRegular
PatternSolid
OccasionCasual
Inseam32 in
SizeL
Front TypeFlat Front
Columbia Men's PFG Omni-Shade Convertible Cargo Hiking Pants Shorts Large 32 Inch Inseam. Used. Measured waist with the elastic drawstring pulled to stretched is about 30-40" in the waist Khaki Green Legs Zip Off. 2 Front waist pockets. 2 Cargo pockets , and 1 Zip Back Pocket. Barely used , In really great condition. PayPal only. Continental USA shipping only. Shipping service and type will be of the sellers choice and not necessarily be the service mentioned in the auction but will be the one deemed the best available at the time of the auction. Please look at all pictures carefully to make sure this item is what you are looking for before buying.Sold as is, the item is described as accurately as possible with pictures to give more details. The buyer can request insurance for shipping and I will add insurance but it will be at the expense of the buyer above and beyond the cost for the item and shipping of the item. Shipping will be to address of purchaser only that is listed in Ebay no drop shipping or shipping to address not on file with Ebay.USPS is experiencing delays and delivery times have increased please be patient. Packages are taking longer to deliver, lately some items have been taking 8-12 days for USPS to deliver. There is nothing I can do while it is still in transit. Each time I have gone to the local Post Office to inquire about the items they say you have to wait and see another couple days then you can file a claim. Items have been showing still in Los Angeles but they are in transit and have been delivered up to 12 days later. It is a scanning thing per USPS. They are saying what is happening is they experiencing many delays and sometimes they are not scanning items until the final destination do to lack of manpower.

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